CodeNode •London•

The 4th edition of RabbitMQ Summit is taking place as a hybrid event, both in person (CodeNode venue) and virtually, on 16th September 2022 and brings together some of the world's biggest companies, using RabbitMQ, all in one place. Additionally you can take part in two workshop-style courses that provide hands-on learning experiences, for beginner (13 Sept) and experts (14-15 Sept). Courses will take place in person, venue to be confirmed (London).

RabbitMQ continues to be the most widely deployed open source message broker, used by over 35,000 companies worldwide. It is the de facto standard for cloud messaging and the leading implementer of Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP), as well as supporting a host of other protocols, including MQTT and STOMP.

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Keynote Speakers

Lukas Larsson

Erlang VM Core Committer @ Erlang Solutions

Talk: TBA

Karl Nilsson

RabbitMQ core team member @ VMware

Talk: Quorum Queues: a retrospective


Lovisa Johansson

CMO @ 84codes

Talk: Fun, interesting and common RabbitMQ use cases

Rob Barnes

Senior Developer Advocate @ HashiCorp

Talk: Zero Trust RabbitMQ with HashiCorp Vault

Michael Klishin

RabbitMQ contributor of 12 years @ VMware

Talk: An update on Khepri adoption in RabbitMQ

Diana Parra Corbacho

Staff Engineer @ VMware

Talk: An update on Khepri adoption in RabbitMQ

Rohini Senthil

Software Engineer @ McKinsey & Company

Talk: Management, Monitoring and Tracing in RabbitMQ

Carl Hörberg

CEO @ 84codes

Talk: Write fast, reliable, and secure clients!

Gavin Roy

CTO @ AWeber Communications

Talk: How We Rabbit at AWeber

Stefan Moser

Principal Engineer @ AWS, Amazon MQ

Talk: How to Safely and Reliably Upgrade Your RabbitMQ Cluster While Maintaining 100% Uptime

Arnaud Cogoluègnes

Software engineer, RabbitMQ team @ VMware

Talk: What's New in RabbitMQ Streams?

Gabor Olah

RabbitMQ Consultant @ Erlang Solutions

Talk: Pushing RabbitMQ to the limit

Andrew Cook

Engineering Team Lead @ Enterprise Trading Platform at Bloomberg

Talk: Managing RabbitMQ Usage at Scale for Bloomberg’s Trading Systems

Johan Rhodin

CCO @ 84codes

Talk: Why does RabbitMQ stop and what can be done about it

David Ansari

Software Engineer @ VMware

Talk: RabbitMQ Performance Improvements

Michal Kuratczyk

Staff Engineer @ VMware

Talk: RabbitMQ Performance Improvements

Iliia Khaprov

Software Engineer @ RabbitMQ Team, VMware

Talk: TBA


Beginner in-person training

Zero to Hero RabbitMQ

September 12, 9am-5pm BST
Trainer: Lajos Gerecs

The RabbitMQ Zero to Hero Training is an intense one-day crash course into setting up and using a production-ready RabbitMQ. The course covers the basics of messaging and provides practical examples with hands-on exercises.

  • RabbitMQ Fundamentals
  • Building systems with RabbitMQ
  • Essential plugins for RabbitMQ
  • Monitoring & troubleshooting RabbitMQ

More info


Advanced in-person training

RabbitMQ Advanced

September 14-15, 9am - 5pm BST
Trainer: Gabor Olah

Take a deep, 2-day dive in understanding the internals, components, design and implementation of RabbitMQ. More suited to senior engineers, this advanced workshop will walk you through critical RabbitMQ Erlang/OTP based internals, from aspects such as boot procedures to messaging operations and components which are usually hidden from general RabbitMQ users and operators, this training will stretch your understanding of RabbitMQ to the underlying designer and implementer’s perspective.

  • The Erlang Fundamentals
  • RabbitMQ Initialization
  • RabbitMQ Internals Design & Architecture
  • RabbitMQ Clustering
  • RabbitMQ Monitoring

More info


Call for talks (CLOSED!)

Would you like to present a talk at the upcoming RabbitMQ Summit 2022, share your experience and knowledge with the audience? This year we're accepting both in-person and virtual talks. The process is open and closes on 8 May 2022 at 23:59 BST(CLOSED!).

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Programme Committee

The following RabbitMQ Summit Committee has the honor to review, rate and select submissions.

Lovisa Johansson

84codes AB

Marketing Manager

John Samuel

Erlang Solutions

Head of RabbitMQ & London Projects

Michal Kuratczyk


Staff Software Engineer

Johan Rhodin

84codes Inc

Product Manager

Gabor Olah

Erlang Solutions



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How to get there

CodeNode 10 South Pl,
London EC2M 7EB

Underground & Bus

The nearest Underground stations are Moorgate and Liverpool Street stations. Both are on the Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines, Moorgate is also on the Northern Line and Liverpool Street on the Central line. Liverpool Street is also a main overland station. Other Underground stations nearby are Old Street and Barbican. The nearest Underground stations are Moorgate and Liverpool Street stations.

Other Underground stations nearby are Old Street and Barbican.


A NCP car park is within 5 minutes walking distance and we are also serviced by a large loading bay should your event require deliveries or unloading.

A NCP car park is within 5 minutes walking distance.

Check Parkopedia for details of other nearby parking.


For cyclists there is a Santander Cycles Hire docking station just outside our venue on South Place.

CodeNode is right in the hustle and bustle of Tech City and just a short distance from the financial district.

More information can be found on CodeNode's website

Code of Conduct

All attendees, speakers, sponsors, and volunteers at our conference are required to agree with and follow the code of conduct.

We are dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, religion.. We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any conference venue.

Participants asked to stop any harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately.

We expect participants to follow these rules at all conference venues and conference-related social events.